Summer request Form for Student Technology Needs

Do you know of a student who will need to borrow a Chromebook or other technology for summer term? Please share this Summer Technology Request form with colleagues or students so that we can get students what they need for summer classes.  Students may fill out the form directly, or faculty/staff may make a request for them. Thank you for helping to get the word out! 

Graduates Will Receive Congratulatory Email Messages, Celebration Materials

Cañada College, College of San Mateo, and Skyline College will be emailing the Class of 2020 a virtual congratulations package. Having postponed commencement exercises until it is safe for mass gatherings, we will want to congratulate all the District’s graduates. Each graduate will receive:

  • Congratulations video from the college president in full regalia
  • Downloadable/printable lawn sign and social media filters 
  • Grads will be encouraged to post a photo on social media, which we will feed into a commencement photo grid “live feed” on college commencement pages 
  • Reminder that they will be invited to participate in a ceremony in the future, once gatherings are safe 

The District will also run a two-page congratulations ad in the San Mateo Daily Journal, listing the name of each graduate. Congratulations messages will go out soon!

How To Request an Excused Withdrawal

Due to the crisis caused by the pandemic, California community college students are allowed to request an Excused Withdrawal (EW) for up to a year after the end of their courses for Spring 2020. Simply download this Extenuating Circumstances Form and send it to your college’s admissions office.

Cañada Admissions
CSM Admissions
Skyline Admissions

On the form, please indicate the reason “Covid-19.” You do not need a teacher signature or other information.

San Mateo County Community College District Courses Go Mainly Online for Summer and Fall Terms

Colleges Will Prioritize Training for Healthcare and Emergency Services

San Mateo, CA – The three colleges of the San Mateo County Community College District – Cañada College, College of San Mateo and Skyline College – will continue to hold courses in online and distance education modalities, as well as provide student services remotely, through December 31, 2020. The San Mateo County Community College District Board of Trustees is expected to formally ratify the decision on June 10.

“In taking these actions, we join other education partners, including the CSU, in maintaining educational continuity and prioritizing safety,” said SMCCCD Chancellor Mike Claire.  “Our goal is, and will continue to be, making sure that students, faculty, staff, administrators and campus visitors are safe.  We do not want to unnecessarily put students and employees at risk.  My expectation would be that we keep as many people away from our campuses as possible until conditions have significantly improved.”

In-person instruction will continue for certain essential infrastructure sectors – healthcare and emergency services fields – in order to train first responders and healthcare workers to address urgent community needs. Due to requirements for social distancing, classroom/lab sanitization procedures, and other health precautions, the number of people at SMCCCD campuses must be kept at a minimum.

College commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2020 have also been postponed, pending long-term guidance for mass gatherings

Federal CARES Act Emergency Funding for Students

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides $5.6 million to the San Mateo County Community College District. The District will be using 75% of these funds to provide direct emergency cash grants to our students to assist with expenses such as food, housing, course materials, technology, healthcare, and childcare.The District will be investing the remaining 25% of the funding in faculty and staff professional development and technology needs related to the transition to remote teaching and learning. See funding breakdown below:

What are the student eligibility requirements for the grant?
Students who have Pell grant funding have already been notified that they will receive a CARES Act grant. The college financial aid offices are currently identifying other students to receive these grants. Those students will be notified as they are identified.

The CARES Act allows funding according to these criteria:

  • Students who are enrolled in 6-12+ units
  • U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens
  • Students with valid Social Security Number (SSN)
  • Male students registered with the Selective Service
  • Students with a high school diploma or GED
  • Students in programs leading to a degree or certificate

How much in emergency funds can students expect?

  • Pell Grant Students
    • 6-11 Units: $800/student
    • 12 + Units: $1,100/student
  • Non Pell Grant Students
    • 6-11 Units: $500/student
    • 12 + Units: $650/student

What can the money be used for?

  • Students can use the CARES grant to pay for food, housing, course materials, technology, healthcare, transportation, and childcare.

How do students apply?

  • Pell Grant students do not need to apply. Students will receive a notification from the college financial aid offices.
  • Non-Pell Grant students will be emailed a notification from their college if they are eligible to receive CARES Act funds. This email will instruct them to complete an application form that the financial aid offices will use to confirm their eligibility. After financial aid reviews the form, the student’s eligibility status will update under the student’s financial aid status in WebSmart. 

When will the funds be dispersed?

  • Funds are being disbursed via the District’s financial aid partner, BankMobile, beginning May 20. In light of college funding timeline and prioritization of funds, not all students will receive awarding at the same time.
  • 67% of the available student allocation will be disbursed to students in the spring; 33% will be disbursed in the fall semester.

What should I tell students about this?

  • There is no need to identify or communicate with students who may be receiving this funding. The college financial aid offices are identifying and directly notifying students who qualify.

What about students who were left out of the CARES Act?
Unfortunately, the CARES Act left out some of our most vulnerable student groups such as undocumented students. In an effort to address the shortfall in the CARES Act, the District and the San Mateo County Community College Foundation (SMCCCF) have created an Undocumented Student Fund in support of these critical members of our campus communities. The fund makes more than $160,000 available for emergency scholarships to over 500 undocumented students in the District. All undocumented students, regardless of unit load, GPA, or other criteria, will be awarded $322.

To support the Undocumented Student Fund, please give online.

More information will be forthcoming about plans for the professional development and technology funding. Please watch your District communications for updates.

COVID-19 Tests Are Now Available to Anyone in San Mateo County

San Mateo County is now offering free testing to all residents through Project Baseline. To meet state guidelines, the County needs to administer about 1,200 tests per day. Testing is free to County residents and available without restriction, though an appointment is required in advance. Make your appointment online at the Project Baseline website.

Download these flyers for easy reference:

After your test, you will receive results and other information by email. San Mateo County Health will reach out to residents who test positive.

For more information visit

Linya ng paksa: Online ang semestre sa Taglagas – magparehistro na ngayon!

Minamahal na mga estudyante sa Cañada College, CSM, at Skyline College:

Online Ang Semestre sa Taglagas
Ang semestre ng Taglagas 2020 sa Cañada College, Kolehiyo ng San Mateo, at Skyline College ay magiging online para sa karamihan ng mga programa pang-estudyante. Nagkasundo ang ating mga miyembro ng faculty, pangasiwaan, at Lupon ng mga Tagapangasiwa na ito ang pinakamahusay na paraan para mapanatiling ligtas ang ating mga estudyante at empleyado sa kabuuan ng taglagas. 

Mayroong ilang pagbubukod para sa mga kurso/lab sa mga larangan ng mga serbisyo sa pangangalaga sa kalusugan at emerhensiya, pati na rin sa STEM, at iba pang piling lugar. Gayunpaman, kahit ang mga kursong ito ay naka-hybrid na format na online ang mga lektura at tanging ang mga kinakailangang lab lang ang gagawin nang personal. Tutukuyin ang mga partikular na kurso sa mga paparating na linggo at uugnayan kayo ng inyong instruktor tungkol sa mga detalye.

Online ang mga Serbisyo sa Estudyante Hanggang Disyembre 2020
Lahat ng mga serbisyo sa estudyante ay magpapatuloy hanggang Disyembre 31, 2020. Maaaring mayroong ilang serbisyong siguradong kakailanganing gawin nang personal, kaya magbibigay kami ng mga detalye sa tag-araw.

Online ang Tag-araw
Gaya ng inihayag noong nakaraan, gaganapin online ang mga klase sa tag-araw. Magandang pagkakataon ito para sa’yo na maghanda para sa taglagas o humabol sa mga kursong maaaring kinailangan mong i-drop o nalampasan mo. Tingnan ang WebSchedule para sa lahat ng mga kursong mayroon sa tag-araw.

Kailangang Bawiin O Baguhin ang mga Pagpipilian sa Pagmamarka Mo?
Kung kailangan mong mag-drop ng klase o magbago ng pagpipilian sa pagmamarka sa Pasado/Hindi Pasado, maaari mong gawin iyon hanggang isang araw BAGO ang huling araw ng klase. Mariin naming iminumungkahing makipag-usap ka sa iyong tagapayo bago mo gawin ang mga desisyong iyon, dahil maaaring maapektuhan nito ang pag-unlad ng iyong akademiko at kakayahang lumipat. Tingnan itong Mga Bagong Gabay sa Estudyante para sa pinayagang pagbawi, pasado/hindi pasado, at hindi kumpleto na pagpipilian sa pagmamarka. Narito ang paraan kung paano mauugnayan ang iyong tagapayo:

Cañada Counseling
CSM Counseling
Skyline Counseling

Magparehistro Kahit May Hindi Pa Nababayarang Maliit na Halaga!
Alam namin na mahirap ang panahon ngayon at hindi namin gustong isakripisyo mo ang iyong pag-aaral. Kahit pa mayroon kang pagkakautang na hanggang $49 sa bayarin sa Distrito, maaari ka pa ring makapagparehistro para sa mga klase sa tag-araw at taglagas. Narito kami at gusto naming matapos mo ang iyong pag-aaral, kaya kung nahihirapan ka sa pagbabayad sa paaralan paki kontak ang Opisina ng Kahera sa inyong Kolehiyo para malaman ang mga pagpipilian sa pagbabayad:

Cañada Cashier’s Office
CSM Cashier’s Office
Skyline Cashier’s Office

Hiring ang Census! Mag-apply Online Para Maging Manggagawa sa Census. At Sagutan ang Census Mo!
Pinahaba ang Census nang apat pang buwan, at nagha-hire ang San Mateo County ng mga tauhan na sasahuran ng hanggang $30/oras. Mag-apply online sa Kung nakapag-apply ka at kailangan ng teknikal na tulong, paki tawagan ang aming Support Desk sa 1-855-562-2020, at piliin ang Opsyon 4.

Alam mo bang maaari mong sagutan ang talatanungan ng 2020 Census online? Magtungo lamang sa Higit pang matuto sa website ng San Mateo County Census 2020.

Kailangan Mo Ba ng Matitirhan, Tulong sa Pagkain, o Batayang Serbisyo?
I-dial ang 2-1-1 para sa hindi-emerhensiyang pagkukunan o magtungo sa District website para sa mga lugar na maaaring puntahan para sa tulong.

Makakuha ng Pinakabagong Impormasyon sa Distrito
Pahina ng Distrito sa COVID-19
Hotline ng Telepono: 650-574-6650

主题行:秋季学期将是在线的 – 现在就注册!

亲爱的肯尔那达学院[Cañada College]、圣马特奥学院[CSM]和斯凯兰学院[Skyline College]的学生:

对于大多数学生计划,在肯尔那达学院[Cañada College]、圣马特奥学院[College of San Mateo]和斯凯兰学院[Skyline College]的2020年秋季学期将是在线的。我们的全体教职员工、管理部门和董事会同意这是保持我们的学生和员工在秋季安全的最好的方式。








人口普查延长了四个月,圣马特奥郡[San Mateo County]正在招聘现场工作人员,报酬达30美元/小时。在在线申请。如果您已经申请并且需要技术援助,请致电我们的支持台:1-855-562-2020,选择选项4。

您知道您可以在线完成您的2020年人口普查调查问卷吗?只要去。在 2020年圣马特奥郡[San Mateo County]人口普查网站了解更多。



Línea del asunto: El semestre de otoño será en línea – ¡inscríbase ahora!

Estimados estudiantes de Cañada College, CSM y Skyline:

El semestre de otoño será en línea
El semestre de otoño en Cañada College, College of San Mateo y Skyline College será en línea para la mayoría de programas estudiantiles.  Los miembros de nuestra facultad, administración y Consejo Directivo han acordado que esta es la mejor manera de mantener a nuestros estudiantes y empleados seguros a lo largo del otoño.  

Habrá ciertas excepciones para cursos/laboratorios en las áreas de servicios de cuidados de salud y emergencia, así como también en STEM (ciencias, tecnología, ingeniería y matemáticas por sus siglas en inglés), preparación para carreras y otras áreas seleccionadas.  Sin embargo, incluso estos cursos estarán en formato híbrido con lecturas en línea y solo los laboratorios necesarios se realizarán en persona.  Se determinarán cursos específicos en las próximas semanas y su instructor se comunicará con ustedes acerca de los detalles.

Los servicios estudiantiles serán en línea hasta diciembre de 2020
Todos los servicios estudiantiles también continuarán en línea hasta el 31 de diciembre de 2020. Puede haber ciertos servicios que sea absolutamente necesario prestar en persona, por lo que daremos los detalles este verano.

El verano será en línea
Tal como lo hemos anunciado previamente, las clases de verano serán en línea.  Este es un buen momento para anticiparse al otoño o para nivelarse en cursos de los cuales se haya tenido que retirar o no haya podido tomar.  Ingrese a WebSchedule para ver todos los cursos que tiene disponible para este verano.

¿Necesita retirarse o cambiar sus opciones de calificación?
Si necesita retirarse de una clase o cambiar sus opciones de calificación a aprobado/no aprobado, puede hacer esto hasta el día ANTERIOR al último día de clases.  Le recomendamos firmemente hablar con su asesor académico antes de tomar estas decisiones, ya que esto puede afectar su progreso académico y capacidad de traslado. Consulte las nuevas pautas estudiantiles para retirarse de manera justificada, aprobar/no aprobar y opciones para calificaciones incompletas.  Aquí le indicamos cómo contactar a su asesor académico:

Asesoría académica para Cañada
Asesoría académica para CSM
Asesoría académica para Skyline

Regístrese, aunque deba pagar algo de dinero
Sabemos que son momentos difíciles y no queremos que tenga que sacrificar su educación. Incluso si debe hasta $ 49 en cargos al distrito, aun así, podrá registrarse para las clases de verano y otoño.  Estamos aquí para usted y queremos que complete su educación, por lo tanto, si tiene dificultades para pagar su colegiatura póngase en contacto con la oficina de pagos en su universidad para informarse acerca de las opciones de pago.

Oficina de pagos de Cañada
Oficina de pagos de CSM
Oficina de pagos de Skyline

La oficina de censos está dando empleo Aplique en línea para convertirse en empleado de censos. Y llene sus datos de censo
El censo se ha aplazado por cuatro meses, y el Condado de San Mateo está contratando a empleados de campo con una remuneración de hasta $ 30 por hora.  Aplique en línea en Si ha aplicado y necesita asistencia técnica, sírvase llamar a nuestra mesa de ayuda al 1-855-562-2020, y seleccione la opción 4.

¿Sabía usted que puede completar su cuestionario del censo 2020 en línea?  Simplemente ingrese a Obtenga más información en el sitio web del censo 2020 del Condado de San Mateo.

¿Necesita vivienda, ayuda alimenticia o servicios básicos?
Marque el 2-1-1 para recursos que no sean de emergencia o visite el sitio web del distrito para encontrar sitios de ayuda.

Obtenga la última información del distrito
Página del distrito sobre el COVID-19
Línea de atención directa: 650-574-6650